Yesterday, the Dutchy of Lancaster Micheal Gove met with European Commission Vice President Maros Sefcovic. Mr Gove was pressured once again by the EU to drop the plans to change the withdrawal agreement through the Internal Market Bill, the EU even to threatened to walk from the table if Britain didn’t adhere to their demands, but Gove called their bluff. The EU didn’t walk away, and they were told that the Internal Market Bill would be kept in place. Gove explicitly made clear that the Internal Market Bill isn’t the first option but remains a safety net if a deal can’t be found. This move by the UK show the EU are great at threatening to get their way, but when it comes to enforcing what they say, they fall short. Below is an interview where Gove give his side of events.